Wright Chair

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The Wright chair is similar to the original Toledo Drafting chair by UHL, just heavier duty. The seat is hardwood just like the original, and the back tilts for more comfort.
Minimum order is 8 chairs


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Commercial quality, in use in many restaurants across the country

1/2″ thick molded seat, thicker than the original chair

Bar height chair comes in adjustable or fixed  height

Adjustable height chairs have a locking mechanism to prevent swiveling

Swiveling seat with a tilting back

Nylon glides on feet for floor protection

37 lbs weight (bar height), heavy duty construction

The last photo shows 8 custom Wright chairs with a natural steel finish and maple seats

Dining chair adjusts in from 18″ – 23″ seat height
Bar Chair adjusts in from 27″ – 35″ seat height
Fixed height chair is set at 30″ seat height

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  1. One person found this helpful

    Durable, Hand-crafted & Glorious


    We’ve now ordered about two dozen of these chairs to pair with our custom VI Crank Tables and have yet to find anything wrong with them. They are significantly more durable than their RH counterparts, and have a much nicer design than any other commercial-grade industrial-style seating. The adjustable components (height, back piece tilt) are easy to operate but have stood up to plenty of abuse at our restaurants and bars, and the slightly formed seat shows off a more refined side. All around a well-made, exceptionally tough, and definitely stylish chair!

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  2. One person found this helpful

    Comfortable, indestructible, adjustable, and stylish.

    Shawn J. Organ

    These chairs are the perfect compliment to the Hure pub height tables. They look great, are comfortable and will last forever.

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